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They Were Expendable

They Were Expendable

Shortly after Pearl Harbor, a squadron of PT-boat crews in the Philippines must battle the Navy brass between skirmishes with the Japanese. The title says it all about the Navy’s attitude towards the PT-boats and their crews.

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135 min minutes, like a lifetime, for the charismatic characters of the action-packed film They Were Expendable Soap2Day, which takes you into a world of incredible stories and adventures.

Quite unlike other films in the genre Drama, Memorial Day, War, it was a real discovery for me, a wonderful story with incredibly interesting characters.

In 1945, another masterpiece of the famous director was released, the film is so unique and inimitable that you want to review it several times.

Another work of John Ford, and another sensation in the world of cinema, a chic film with an unusual storyline, which is crowned by an unexpected ending.

Multi-faceted and talented, Alex Havier, Arthur Walsh, Bruce Kellogg, Cameron Mitchell, Charles Trowbridge, Donald Curtis, Donna Reed, Harry Tenbrook, Jack Holt, Jack Pennick, Jeff York, John Wayne, Leon Ames, Louis Jean Heydt, Marshall Thompson, Murray Alper, Paul Langton, Robert Barrat, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Robert Montgomery, Russell Simpson, Tim Murdock, Vernon Steele, Ward Bond were so organic in the film that now for me they are primarily associated with these roles.

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